Of A Revolution Live at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on 2005-11-19
03: Wonderful Day
04: Old Man Time
05: King Of The Thing
06: One Shot
08: Date Intro -> Hey Girl @
09: Heard The World
10: Hold On True
02: Get Away
03: Love and Memories *
04: Night Shift
05: Anyway $
06: Sunday Bloody Sunday #
07: City On Down
08: I Feel Home &
09: That Was A Crazy Game of Poker (Officer Tag)
Collection OfARevolutionBand/Artist Of A RevolutionVenue Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteLocation Troy, NYSource SP-CMC-4 (card) -> SP-SPSB-6 -> Dell Latitude Cpi D300XTLineage Dell Latitude Cpi D300XT -> Cool Edit 2000 -> CD WaveTaped by Nathan Acker (email@example.com)Transferred by Nathan Acker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Notes: First 2:40 of this source is SBD. Had trouble with my laptop and missed the very beginning.
Entire show with Michael Paris on keys, percussion, and vocals.
@ with Rick Vetteras on guitar.
* with Pat Doyle (O.A.R. drum tech) on tamborine.
$ with Jimmy Maddington (O.A.R. guitar tech) on guitar.
# with Colin Smith of mrnorth on vocals.
& Marc and Richard.
January 20, 2006
"Amazing.... how we all want this life a little more everyday!" This show at RPI, along with every OAR show I've been too, has given me and my friends a true reason to smile. There's something just so pure and genuine about these guys. I really can't explain it, but I feel it every time I'm at an OAR show. At RPI they layed it all out on the table before us. Thank-you OAR!!!!!!!!!!! Worcester, MA loves you guys. peace and love.
December 20, 2005
I read a lot of other reviews of this show, and they said the crowd wasn't into it at all. From where I was, everyone was into it. Everyone around me was great. OAR played a great show, and it shouldn't matter how the crowd was. The concert is all about the music, and that was great.